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Expanded for high percentage and 100 percent outside air, the re-engineered rooftop ventilator models RV-110 and RVE-180 with energy recovery offer capacities up to 18,000 cfm, up to 70 tons of packaged cooling, and 1,200 MBH indirect gas-fired heating.
Nortek is celebrating its 100th birthday this year, but judging by the breadth of activity across its various operations, it’s moving like a company half its age. It is also using some perspective in an effort to position itself to make the most of facility trends.
An increased awareness of indoor environmental quality (IEQ) is one trend driving demand for better-performing ventilation systems. Building occupants have a greater awareness of the importance of IEQ and how it can be affected by climate and population density.
Three contracts signed with leading U.S. supermarkets
May 3, 2017
Munters Group announced it has secured three new contracts over the past 12 months with leading U.S. retail chains. The contracts are in line with Munters’ strategy to strengthen its position in the U.S. market and to capture the trend where customers are keen to shift to more advanced and energy efficient solutions. Through Munters’ solutions, customers are able to maintain specified humidity levels, while at the same time reducing energy costs.
The new Desert Aire website provides consulting/specifying engineers, mechanical contracting professionals, and building owner/operators with a dynamic resource for selecting dehumidification solutions and dedicated outdoor air systems for indoor environments.
Commercial building codes are mandating higher volumes of fresh-air intake than ever before. To help meet these ventilation requirements, more and more HVAC contractors and building owners are turning to dedicated outdoor air systems (DOAS).
In this issue, we take a comprehensive look at the future of social media, SEO, apps, and more and how they can affect your contracting business. We also look at new home automation and zoning products and trends that will benefit your customers in terms of comfort and convenience.
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